EU Commission Issues Four Second Warnings to Slovenia
Brussels, 24 June - Slovenia received on Thursday four second warnings from the European Commission for failing to comply with EU legislation in the fields of public tenders, audio and visual services, and the gas and electricity market and for failing to inform the Commission about transposing the EU services directive into its national legislation.
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